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Table of Contents Acknowledgments, iii Contributors, v 1. Latin American Liberation Theology: Past, Present, and Future 1 Ivan Petrella 2. The Human Being as Subject: Defending the Victims 17 Jung Mo Sung 3. From Liberation Theology to Indecent Theology: The Trouble with Normality in Theology 42 Marcella Althaus-Reid 4. Liberation Theology and the Search for the Lost Paradigm: From Radical Orthodoxy to Radical Diversity 69 Nelson Maldonado-Torres 5. From within Ourselves: Afrodescendant Women on Paths of Theological Reflection in Latin America and the Caribbean Silvia Regina de Lima 6. Ethic of Life and Option for the Poor 118 German Gutiérrez 7. To Speak of God from More than One Place: Theological Reflections from the Experience of Migration. 132 Nancy Bedford 8. Beyond the Postmodern Condition, or the Turn Toward Psychoanalysis 168 Manuel Mejido 9. Liberation Theology: A Programmatic Statement 207 Ivan Petrella Index
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Liberation theology -- Latin America -- History -- 20th century.
Latin America -- Church history -- 20th century.